Roadwatch -your weekly guide to disruption on Wakefield’s roads

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North Avenue, in Wakefield, will be closed until Friday, August 30, to prepare for future resurfacing work.

Traffic will be diverted along Bar Lane, Aberford Road and Eastmoor Road.

There will be off-peak lane closures on Westgate, at the junction with Plumpton Road, from Sunday until Sunday, August 4.

Bread Street, in Wakefield, will be closed from Monday until Monday, August 12, for drainage work.

Traffic will be diverted along Cross Square and Marygate.

Lee Street, in the city centre, will remain closed until the end of October.

Temporary lights will be in place on Pildacre Lane, in Ossett, until Monday.

Temporary lights will be in place on New Road, in Overton, near the National Coal Mining Museum, on Monday and Tuesday, for resurfacing of the footway.

Three-way temporary lights will be in place on Aberford Road, at the junction with Lime Pit Lane, from Monday until Monday, August 12.

Temporary lights will be in place on Bradford Road, in Wrenthorpe, from the railway bridge to number 301, until Monday.

Three-way temporary lights will be in place on Wrenthorpe Lane, at the junction with Jerry Clay Lane, from Monday until Friday, August 9.

Stop and go boards will be in place on Havertop Lane, in Normanton, outside the new police headquarters, from Monday until Friday, August 16.

And temporary lights will be in place on Durkar Lane, in Crigglestone, at the junction with St James Way, from Monday until next Friday while a gas main is replaced.